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  • #23749
    Picmicro675
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    Volendo fare con Arduino credo che questo project, quindi con un po di studio si applica anche una memoria SD e un modulo RTC per registrare quei livelli sopra la norma. Poi si potrebbe anche ingegnare da mettere in watchdog e il sistema va in risparmio energetico per utilizzare le batterie.
    Oppure questo project con un integrato accelerometro.
    Il metodo Theremino, lo vedo un po troppo macchinoso.

    #23751
    ammonia
    Participant

    Ciao,
    yes yes quiet, I had read it in the Theremino community before writing here it seems to me!

    #23753
    ammonia
    Participant

    Ciao,
    I have seen dozens of projects believe me but, the thing that keeps me away from around the 90% Of these, is that or are incomplete, or abandoned, or not updated, some even don't meet my needs.
    Of course, there are just as many to buy with full support and maintenance of development but, unfortunately they are not within my reach and it is not in my nature to DIY.
    Although I'm a geek, arduino separate “simple”, some things I would like to do with it are unfortunately not within my reach as I am lacking in programming.
    I'm testing one with Arduino, accelerometer, buzzer and data storage on microSD with subsequent data processing in Python ma, something has not worked for now and I have to recover.
    Theremino seemed much more professional honestly, although perhaps more complicated to interpret its operation and combination of hardware and software, I had to read pages and pages to understand what was needed…it must be said, however, that I see it as an alternative to arduino and raspy with multiple purposes, Here because.

    #23762
    Picmicro675
    Moderator

    I proposed Arduino, perché tra tante implementazioni è quella che richiede minor sforzo di apprendimento. Non conosco Theremino e quindi potrei magari peccare di volerlo sottovalutare.
    Anche Python è un linguaggio abbastanza semplice nell’apprendimento. Sebbene nella sua versatilità si può incontrare incomprensione verso certi lavori evoluti. Per la trattazione dei dati, forse si potrebbe passare ad un programma di Office che potrà mostrare anche grafici e statistiche.

    #23783
    ammonia
    Participant

    Ciao,
    yes of course Arduino, good or bad, is so well known that it has even become a subject in some high schools and maybe Theremino is a little more niche (even if reading his story there has been a study for many years and so be it).
    However, as soon as I can I will see everything, it would be useful to implement in the seismometer project, even if perhaps born for other purposes, a sort of alarm / warning even with a simple buzzer but I think you have to put your hand to the firmware as well as to the pcb, I hope the developers do.
    If there was the possibility of making a certain type of request it would be useful.

    Good day

    #23785
    theremino
    Keymaster

    With the theremino system to make variations of the kind (for example add a buzzer) it's easy and can be done without “get hold of the firmware or pcb”.
    But first you have to use the system for simple things and understand it.

    First of all you have to understand the SLOTs that are used to make the various applications communicate:
    https://www.theremino.com/technical/communications#slot

    Then you have to know most of the applications on your system so you know which ones to use (for example to emit a buzzer sound)
    https://www.theremino.com/applications

    And finally, using the Slots, applications are put in communication and made to do what you want.
    And all this without writing a single line of code.

    Later it is also possible to develop complex systems by writing very simple instructions with the Automation application
    https://www.theremino.com/downloads/automation

    Good day everyone

    #23801
    ammonia
    Participant

    Good evening and thanks for the clarification,
    so explained it all seems very easy, surely you will have to do a lot of practice with the hardware at hand and on youtube I saw that there are videos of theremino, maybe they can help you understand everything better.
    Thanks so much

    #23833
    Picmicro675
    Moderator

    Without diminishing the Theremino system, vedo che ci vuole sempre un dispositivo di interfaccia e che abbia installato una versione di Windows. Quindi l’oggetto di un sismografo richiede anche un computer collegato e continuamente attivo.
    Il sistema a microcontrollore è un oggetto a sé stante e eventualmente di consumi irrisori, che con oculata progettazione si può benissimo alimentare a batterie per periodi semestrali e oltre. Infatti se si considera di registrare eventi solo sopra una certa soglia, a secondo della potenza della MCU si può tenere i registri su SD e scaricarli, magari tramite bluetooth. Ammetto che non è da principianti, per questo si guarda ad Arduino per la sua disponibilità di utilizzare le librerie. Ovviamente non si dovrebbe pensare a un Nano o UNO, che sono MCU obsolete, ma gli sviluppi si possono anche vedere su i nuovi microprocessori come ARM e SAM.

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